Ruth Burren Evans

Waco, Texas

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To Patricia, the Burren and Evans Families:

I remember Ruth well from all of our 50's and 60's days on South 2nd Street. She was one of the most beautiful and intelligent girls to attend Moore High School. My sincerest condolences to all of you at this time.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Dear Rufi,
It hurts so much to know that you had to leave us here on Earth, but we smile as we know where you have gone. A day will never pass that we will not think of you.
We will always love you,
Pat, Paul and Ryan Bailey

Mrs.Evans we will miss you for the love you gave.The word says Iam the resurrection and the life he that believeth in me,though he were dead yet shall he live.Pastor BRILL &Vicki Stone

To the Evans family. I am so sorry to hear about the lost of your loved one. RuFi was the sweetest person you could ever meet, and always had a smile on her face, and brought joy to others. She was a person that you could fall in love with, a great sense of humor, that's what I loved about her. Jeannie I will always be there for you and your family. My condolences and my prayers are with all of you. Rest in Peace Mrs. Evans.

Linda Kinsey

mama u will be missed luv jeannie

you will alway be in my prayer's bennie miles

God himself hand pick his guardian angels and this time you were chosen to join all of our other angels that has been selected to go home and watch over each and everyone of us that are left on this earth. At this time I'm sure that we are all protected by all of your love and there will be no harm to us. Love and Miss you always.


Ruth's Obituary

Ruth Evans passed away in Waco, Texas. The obituary was featured in Waco Tribune-Herald on October 8, 2012.